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Figure 1: Sequential pharmacotherapy of Coats' disease (a and c) Massive retinal exudates (b and d) resolved minimally postintravitreal bevacizumab; but dramatically postintravitreal triamcinolone. Submacular exudates begin to get organized. (e) Peripheral telangiectasia and detachment, unchanged postpharmacotherapy, (f and g) resolved after scleral buckling, cryotherapy, drainage of subretinal fluid, and subsequent photocoagulation

Figure 1: Sequential pharmacotherapy of Coats' disease (a and c) Massive retinal exudates (b and d) resolved minimally postintravitreal bevacizumab; but dramatically postintravitreal triamcinolone. Submacular exudates begin to get organized. (e) Peripheral telangiectasia and detachment, unchanged postpharmacotherapy, (f and g) resolved after scleral buckling, cryotherapy, drainage of subretinal fluid, and subsequent photocoagulation